In addition to the ongoing housing crisis in the UK, the number of accredited sites in Redditch for travellers to settle on are also limited.
The crisis of shortage of authorised site in Redditch has only lead to the rise of travellers setting up on unauthorised places in Dunnington, Alcester, or Cladswell including car parks and playing fields.
Statistics from the Government show that the caravan numbers on unauthorized parcels and land in Redditch that doesn't belong to travellers has increased by 17 percent from 2016-2017.
Conversely, there was only a 2% increase in places rented socially in Worcestershire from 2010 to 2017.
When it comes to regaining possession of land and evicting travellers in Alcester, Cladswell, or Dunnington, the Worcestershire land owners and local authorities can use two options.
The first option is to use the common law for their eviction in Worcestershire.
Landlords in Redditch are in their right to evict travellers from their property in Worcestershire and are allowed to use appropriate force if needed.
Agents of enforcement will usually conduct common law evictions in Redditch.
The travellers are usually given a notice to vacate a place in Redditch within 24 hours by the agents from Denbigh Franks.
If the traveller does not comply to this notice and leave the location in Alcester, Cladswell, or Dunnington, the agents from Denbigh Franks will forcefully remove the traveller, with or without the help of the police.
In Worcestershire, common law has many different advantages.
The speed of the eviction process in Redditch is the biggest one.
In most cases, an eviction using common law can be done in 24 hours, which means they have little or no time to cause damages to the property or land in Redditch and the risk of fly-tipping is reduced.
The other alternative landlords and local government in Worcestershire have is to get a writ of possession.
Under a writ of possession, the first eviction step in Redditch is to obtain a possession order.
When using the order of possession to deal with squatters and travellers in Dunnington, Alcester, or Cladswell, the order is usually kept a secret.
Once the possession order has been served in Redditch to the High Court the claimant can then transfer it to be enforced by a Denbigh Franks (HCEO) High Court Enforcement Officer.
The main advantage of using a writ of possession and then moving it up to the Worcestershire High Court is that a notice need not to be given, however, the Denbigh Franks enforcement officer from the High Court may decide whether to give notice or not.
The element of surprise is advantageous to the landowner because the Redditch traveller will not have time to cause damage to the property, steal from the owner or offer any resistance in Worcestershire.
There are several things local authorities and landowners in Worcestershire can do to stop these situations from arising, as prevention is always better when dealing with an eviction in Alcester, Dunnington, or Cladswell and the potential time and money involved.
Erecting fences and gates around the land and putting huge bollards at entrances are good ways of stopping unauthorized persons from accessing the property in Redditch.
Additionally, earth bunds, embankments and trenches can also be built to act as obstacles to entering the land in Redditch unauthorized.
Based in Redditch, working nationwide
Find Out More
If you would like to find out more about the bespoke security services we provide here at Denbigh Franks, please do not hesitate to get in touch today. We look forward to answering any questions you may have.